Oakland Raiders Expectations of Jason Campbell Are Too High

April 28, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The Oakland Raiders acquired quarterback Jason Campbell from the Washington Redskins on Saturday, during the draft weekend, for a 4th round draft pick in 2012. 
Jason Campbell may be an upgrade for the struggling Raiders franchise, but the expectations and hopes should be kept under control in Oakland because Jason Campbell is far from the savior that will save the bay area franchise.
Although Campbell is definitely serviceable and is clearly a big step up from draft bust Jamarcus Russell, he in no way is going to be the leader or difference maker on the offensive side of the ball for the Raiders.
In fact, don’t count on Jason Campbell being that big of an improvement over part-time starter Bruce Gradkowski. Campbell does have the physical tools and arm strength to be a great NFL quarterback, but he has just never put it all together.
Campbell started 52 games with the Redskins compiling a measly 20-32 ...

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